The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's crime reports are from the morning of Tuesday, September 29, 2015.

A man in the area of South Carr and Maple Lane reported to Sedalia Police someone stole two cordless drills, valued at $825, and scratched initials into his truck's paint yesterday (September 28).

A woman at West 2nd and Gentry reported to Sedalia Police a phone charger was stolen from her locked vehicle, yesterday (September 28).

Pettis County Deputies investigated a report of a burglary in the area of Gottschalk Road and Ridge Crest Place, yesterday (September 28).

Pettis County Deputies received a report of a burlary last night (September 28) in the 26000 Block of Camp Branch Road.

A man reported to Pettis County Deputies someone snapped an electrical line out of a light pole near his business in the 3600 Block of Mitchell Road, yesterday morning (September 28).

Sedalia Police did a warrant check in the area of 20th and South Prospect on September 23. Sedalia Police found a vehicle with discontinued license plates attached to the front bumper and 2016 tabs attached to the plates. The forged plates were seized by Sedalia Police.

Sedalia Police arrested John Woodard Jr. for two Pettis County warrants, bond set at $6,500.

Sedalia Police arrested Robert Brandkamp for a Jackson County warrant, bond set at $4,900 cash/surety.

Sedalia Police arrested Irving Martin for a public peace disturbance and failure to obey, bond set at $817.

Sedalia Police arrested Jesse Cornwell for assault, bond set at $533.50.

Sedalia Police arrested Karen Thomas for driving while intoxicated under the influence of drugs and drug violation for possession of marijuana-misdemeanor.

Sedalia Police arrested Aaron Moore for property damage in the 1st degree and trespassing in the 1st degree.

Sedalia Police arrested Michael Chamberlain for domestic assault in the 3rd.

Sedaliai Police arrested Clara Ketchum for a Morgan County warrant for assault.

A Missouri non-driver's license was found in the area of Harrison and West 16th, yesterday (September 28). The license was turned over to Sedalia Police.